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Allen, TX

Member since:

November 24, 2003

Please tell us about your work, like whether you are in school or college or about your job, career, or business.

I am a trial attorney. I focus on business and probate litigation and have been in private practice for 19 years.

Please tell us about yourself, like whether you are married or have children.

Married for 21 years. I have a 27 year old stepdaughter and a 18 year old son.

Please tell us about your interests, like what you like to do in your spare time or for relaxation or vacation.

I enjoy reading about philosophy, history and the law.

What is your favorite book by Ayn Rand and why?

Hmmm . . . . I'm going to have to at least break this down by fiction and non-fiction. Fiction: Atlas Shrugged. The sheer scope of the book is almost overwhelming. Reading it for the first time is an unforgettable experience. Non-Fiction: The Virtue of Selfishness. In very practical terms, Rand points the way to a principled, fulfilling life.

How did you first learn about Ayn Rand and Objectivism?

When I was 15, my Mom gave me a copy of The Fountainhead.


Sometime during my early 20s, I began thinking of myself as an Objectivist. I've spent the last 28 years or so working on having a better understanding of this rich, nuanced philosophy.

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